Todays blog post is just like last time, but flipped around. Today we are talking about how to convert decimals to fractions. One way I thought of was to put the decimal over a hundred, take of the decimal, and then simplify from there. For example, say the decimal was .45. What you would do is take out the decimal, so know your left with 45. Then put the decimal over a hundred. So know the decimal is 45/100. Then you would simplify from there.

I would say this is the best way because I couldn't think of any other ways. I know some people would disagree because this way is kind of hard with you simplifying a lot, but I couldn't think of another way. If you guys have another way, I will listen and decide if that way is better than this way. So after you simplify, your answer would be 9/20. You divide by five and get that answer. I wish I had another way to solve this.

I would say this is the best way because I couldn't think of any other ways. I know some people would disagree because this way is kind of hard with you simplifying a lot, but I couldn't think of another way. If you guys have another way, I will listen and decide if that way is better than this way. So after you simplify, your answer would be 9/20. You divide by five and get that answer. I wish I had another way to solve this.